Mousehole AFC are proud to announce that Steven Ziboth has agreed to join National League South side Truro City, as he moves five steps up the football pyramid.
Ziboth is in his second season at Mousehole and has attracted attention from higher league clubs after regularly demonstrating his extraordinary speed, skill and eye for goals, with close to 20-goals already this season despite missing a month through injury. The French-born wingman made a mark for himself with a scintillating match-winning performance for The Seagulls in last year’s Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final against St Austell.
Mousehole’s Director of Football Operations Adam Fletcher says of the transfer: “Steven will be very much missed at the club, not just for his flair on the pitch but because he’s a thoroughly decent young man. He fully deserves his chance to test himself at a higher level and we wish him all the best. The club is now developing a solid reputation for providing a springboard for young players – including those who for whatever reason have not been able to fulfil their potential or ambition elsewhere. Just recently Adel Gafaiti secured a move to League One Yeovil Town, and Max Hill is on the verge of a full time professional contract in the Norway top flight. And there’s absolutely no doubt there’ll be more to come!”